Prof. Joseph F. Perry, DDS
Dentist | General Practice258 Broad St., 2 Red Bank NJ, 07701
Joseph F. Perry, DDS, is a general and restorative dentist who diagnoses and treats patients at his private practice in Red Bank, NJ. Furthermore, he is an Attending Physician in the Dental Residency Training Program at Monmouth Medical Center, as well as Instructor for Express Smiles and Senior Certified Instructor for the International Association for Orthodontics. Dr. Perry has an impressive professional journey that spans forty-nine years and has unrivaled expertise in general dentistry and restorative dentistry. Prior to his current endeavors, he served as Assistant Clinical Professor for the Department of Occlusion at the Georgetown University School of Dentistry and prosthodontic chairperson at the Monmouth Medical Center of Dentistry in Long Branch, New Jersey.
Prof. Joseph F. Perry, DDS's Expert Contributions
Flossing should be done at least once per day. For bridgework, you should use a dental floss threader, obtainable at any drugstore. READ MORE
Dental implants in the face of bone loss depend upon the extent of the bone loss. If severe, dental implants are very difficult. If the bone loss is not extensive, sometimes the desired area for the implant may be grafted in preparation for the placement of an implant. READ MORE
No, they are permanently bonded to your teeth. READ MORE
The only possible effect would be lightening of only the enamel around the exposed area and not that which is under the braces. READ MORE
Yes, the inflammation may need to be drained and you might need an antibiotic. READ MORE
Make sure to rinse each aligner with warm water several times per day. Make sure your teeth have been cleaned professionally regularly, and maintain proper home care personal dental hygiene habits. READ MORE
Depending upon how long it has been since your braces were removed or orthodontic treatment was ended, a day or two without retainers should not be a major problem. READ MORE
The signs usually occur within one to days after an extraction and is accompanied by severe pain. If insufficient bleeding has occurred, the boney socket is exposed and delayed healing has occurred. READ MORE
Yes, most certainly. And, the sooner the better to avoid progressive decay and worsening problems. READ MORE
Yes, using readily available floss threaders which can be purchase in the dental care sections of all supermarkets and drugstores. READ MORE
There are several potential causes for oral cysts. Chronic dental abcesses and inflammation are the most common. However, any cyst should be examined by a professional and appropriate measures taken. READ MORE
Nicotene is a vasodilator and causes prolonged bleeding following any surgical procedure. READ MORE
Sleeping with full or removable partial dentures is definitely not recommended. This tends to create gum sores, causes the underlying bone to disintegrate, and only leads to poor hygiene and ill-fitting dentures. READ MORE
It might be possible for a cracked upper back tooth to cause pain radiating back toward the ear. A cracked tooth can be very painful and should be checked by your dentist as soon as possible. READ MORE
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Areas of expertise and specialization
Faculty Titles & Positions
- Assistant Director Residency Training Monmouth Medical Center 2019 - Present
- New Jersey Dental Association
- American Dental Association
- New Jersey Academy of General Dentistry
- International Association of Orthodontics
- Operating room certified to treat Special Needs patients
Professional Society Memberships
- ADA, NJDA, MOCDS, IAO, AGD
What do you attribute your success to?
- Always willing to learn
Teaching and speaking
- Assistant Director of General Practice Residency Program at Monmouth Medical Center.Available for lectures and/or programs pertaining to occlusion, TMJ, restorative dentistry, and orthodontics
Favorite Place to Vacation
Hobbies / Sports
- Skiing, golf, photography, travel
Favorite professional publications
- IAO Journal
Prof. Joseph F. Perry, DDS's Practice location
Get to know Dentist Dr. Joseph F. Perry, who serves patients in Red Bank, New Jersey.
With a reputation as a trusted and experienced dentist, Dr. Perry has been providing comprehensive general dentistry to patients at his private practice in Red Bank, New Jersey since 1971. His approach to the dental needs of his patients is to treat their needs with sound professional judgment, open communication, and respect. Whether the seemingly simplest or the most complex treatment, each receives Dr. Perry’s noted attention to every detail.
As a general practitioner with an extensive background and training, he is uniquely qualified to offer numerous options to enhance both the aesthetic and functional dental requirements of his patients. He works to prevent the pain often associated with jaw joint problems, works closely with highly qualified implant surgeons to assure the best possible restorative outcomes, makes every effort to retain patients’ natural teeth whenever possible, as well as uses only the finest dental materials and highly-skilled technicians to assure his patients’ happiness and comfort.
With a thirst for knowledge, Dr. Perry proudly continues to pursue his teaching interests as an Attending Physician in the Dental Residency Training Program at Monmouth Medical Center in Long Branch, New Jersey. He is also a provider and Instructor for Express Smiles, and a Senior Certified Instructor for the International Association for Orthodontics.
In the mid 1970’s, he served as a prosthodontic chairperson at the Monmouth Medical Center of Dentistry in Long Branch, which included operating room privileges. From 1980 to 1984, he served as Assistant Clinical Professor for the Department of Occlusion at the Georgetown University School of Dentistry, under the chairmanship of Dr. Peter Neff.
Throughout his academic career, Dr. Perry completed his undergraduate studies at Fairleigh Dickinson University and received his Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) degree in 1970 from the Georgetown University School of Dentistry in Washington, D.C. He then completed his residency training at Monmouth Medical Center in Long Branch in 1971.
Attributing his success to his willingness to learn, he has completed a number certificates and has held various positions throughout his career including: “Occlusal/Restorative Continuum” (Society for Occlusal Studies at Georgetown University, 1976), “Orthodontics for the General and Pedodontic Dentist” (Institute for Graduate Dentists, New York City, New York, 1979 ), completed Dale Carnegie courses and served as Graduate Assistant (1987), and completed “Instructors Training Institute” (International Association for Orthodontics, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 2011).
Bringing the best of what he learns to his patients, Dr. Perry has completed hundreds of hours of professional continuing education and continues to give and participate in numerous dental professional continuing education programs. He remains abreast of current advances in his field through his affiliations with the New Jersey Dental Association, the American Dental Association, the New Jersey Academy of General Dentistry, the International Association of Orthodontics, the Academy of General Dentistry, the Monmouth-Ocean County Dental Society, and the American Academy of Craniofacial Pain.
Dentistry, also known as Dental and Oral Medicine, is a branch of medicine that consists of the study, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of diseases, disorders, and conditions of the oral cavity. Dentists diagnose and treat dental issues and help patients develop better oral hygiene regimens. They clean teeth, correct bite issues, perform surgeries and extractions, and perform other duties to ensure that the teeth and mouth are healthy.
A life-long New York Yankees and New York Giants fan, visits with Dr. Perry are often “extended” if the subject comes up. Often, he can be found early in the morning at the gym attending spinning class. He also enjoys being outside on his bicycle or carefully negotiating his way down a snow-covered mountain trail, both film and digital photography, trying to find time to sit at his easel with his paint brush, as well as travelling locally and abroad. His favorite place to vacation is in Bermuda.
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